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BAKER'S ONE BOWL Million Dollar Fudge

BAKER'S ONE BOWL Million Dollar Fudge recipe
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This rich, pecan-studded fudge is easy to whip up and makes a generous 6 pounds of fudge - plenty for holiday gift giving.
time
prep:
5 min
total:
25 min
servings
total:
60 servings
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posted:
5/29/2005
This was the best fudge ever! I made a different version by melting peanutbutter chips and putting it between the layers of chocolate! Sooo yummy!!
posted:
2/24/2005
I have made both this recipe and another similar one twice, "Fantasy Fudge." Both were awesome, but I favor this one because the second time I made the Fantasy Fudge, it clumped up and cooled terribly. It was still good, but it was kind of grainy. I'm not sure if it just tends to happen with all fudge, but I like the taste of this fudge better too. Just make sure when you take it off the heat to put it into the pans to be cooled quickly, and not to let it cool too much before you get it into the baking pans!
posted:
2/8/2005
My aunt is asking me to make her more two months after Christmas!
posted:
1/2/2005
I used walnuts, but it was still great! I had alot of compliments on it
posted:
12/27/2004
Easy to follow instructions also used peanutbutter chips in place of chocolate and left out the pecans. Have had several requests for the recipe!!
posted:
12/22/2004
Made it for Christmas gifts also attached recipe with the box . Well liked gift.
posted:
12/20/2004
I made this recipe this morning to try; I have never been successful at making fudge until I tried this recipe, it is the best in the world, and trust me I am always first in line at some of the most famous chocolatiers,and thought I had eaten some of the best until I tried this. Thank you very much for bringing us this recipe
posted:
12/19/2004
My grandmother made this fudge for almost 40 years, she originally got it from the paper, it was Mamie Eisnehower's fudge recipe or at least she put it in the paper, I do have the paper clipping with it on it, NO better fudge any where, and for those who don't like nuts it is just as wonderful without. ENJOY.
posted:
12/16/2004
I made this fudge for my husband's office for Christmas. Everyone just raved about it. I've made this fudge 6x's already. EXCELLENT!!!! Great for Gift giving too.
posted:
12/10/2004
Best fudge I have ever made, very versatile,I have added maraschino cherries,and coconut, and given as Xmas presents 2 years in a row, also have made 2 batches for our seniors craft and bake sale this year, I received a lot of excellent comments..
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